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... like (remains) because I was disappointed to discover a block of concrete about the size of a slab of beer (not half a house). Such a wally. Anyway. I had seen a lighthouse in the distance when we had arrived so I suggested we go looking for it. The obvious thing was to look along the waters edge. The wind was howling and the surf was really beating down...but still ...
... as it's out of season. But we could imagine how delightful it could be.
The road today went through huge eucalyptus and pine forests and numerous state parks. We would drive along long, long straight stretches with the odd dip in them, or a section of hairpin bends winding up or down the escarpment. There were a few sets of roadworks as well. Still very little traffic although we did see some caravans and trucks.
We turned off, ...
... walk back was much easier, although still steep, but this time we had the wind on our back and it was mostly downhill! We then drove to the small town nearby to grab some lunch and then on to a lovely lake where we saw a platypus and some skinks. Our final stop of the day was at an RSL motel at Lakes Entrance,where we had our evening meal and stayed the night. The food was really good and portions ...
... very unimpressive little ship already puffing its way up the river. A phone call determined that we had missed it – which wasn’t all that disappointing really.
Marlo turned out to be pretty unimpressive – nice looking pub with a terrific deck which would be lovely to sit out on a look at the view on the right day – not today!
We headed back to Orbost and had a pie at an old bakery before returning to ‘Lakes’ to ...
... worked out that we are getting 8.7 litres per 100 km, not bad for a ****** old ute.
Then we came back to the caravan park which is across the road from where the Snowy meets the Ocean. The Snowy is just amazing and I took a few photo's which I deleted by mistake, one is okay but not the best. This relaxing is going to my head, everything is slowing down.
We then drove out to the Cabbage Tree Creek Flora Reserve and after a 10 ...
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